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american soldiers dying for their country in iraq and afghanistan and they don't get one tenth of the time that this story got. and one more point and nobody is going like this but it is absolutely true. if casey anthony were a young black woman with a black two-year-old no network would give this story ten minutes. and if it wasn't videotape -- if there wasn't videotape of that cute little girl who wound up dead that probably wouldn't get on the air either. this it country we have the ability to be incredibly shallow at times and this, bill, was one of those times. >> bill: we appreciate it. pinheads and patriots on deck. an abc news situation starring christiana, pretty funny. straight ahead. >> bill: pinheads and patriots starring christiane amanpour in a moment. but first, the mail: >> bill: the best part is i survived in that film. lots of stuff got blown up. transformers 3 will make huge money. it already has. 200 million to make i think they got that back in less than five days. >> bill: there you go. the most important thing about your letter is your respect and love for your grand
about america's involvement in iraq and afghanistan and he carried around a card, remember, geraldo, that this is basically, you know, with jihadist brand line on it. okay. let's not forget that. >> i'm not forgetting anything. did i argue with o'reilly when hasan massacre happened saying, wait a second, is he truly motivated by his radical religious politics or is he just a nut job? in this case i think it will become clear because of who he was targeting that he is indeed a homegrown domestic terrorist. i caution everybody. in 2009, the same year that hasan killed 13 of our dear g.i.'s at fort hood, earlier that year a sergeant named john russell, a white guy from texas killed five of his fellow g.i.'s in baghdad. so, you know, we don't call him a texas terrorist or a christian terrorist. we have to be very careful. >> laura: you still think we don't have a problem with radicalization of men, mostly men, in the united states who have made their way into, you know, these very important positions, who carry and harbor grudges and have plans for maiming and destroying american lives.
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